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new series of laws and regulations... aimed at stopping attacks in europe - before they happen. de maiziere says: translated "the three elements are first the number and organization of our security authorities, second, prevention and integration and third, determination and rigor against those who break the law, those who endanger and support radicalization." but critics say many of the proposed measures go too far... they include faster deportations, longer detentions, and the breaching of doctor-patient certain cases. france and germany are also working together on a plan to overcome the use of encrypted networks... by increasing domestic surveillance. cazeneueve says: translated "this is a key issue in the anti-terror action because much of the information exchange among terrorists is encrypted, which makes it difficult to launch intelligence operations." others are saying the laws don't go far enough... with right-wing parties calling for a tougher approach - including a ban on full-body burkas worn by some muslim women. but officials in both countries say
based on logic, not fear. de maiziere says: translated "what is certain is that our country will not answer to the violence of the perpetrators with hate and division, we will not grant the terrorists that triumph." on-cam tag germany's interior minister says he hopes the new measures can be in place before the country's national election... scheduled for september of next year. in london, kitty logan, fox news it's time for your news and weather together. a cudahy police dispatcher has resigned after being accused of stealing money that was paid to the cit mueller was caught on camera failing to record a payment a citizen made for a parking ticket... and then later pocketing that money. mueller faces possible charges of theft and misconduct in public office. a south milwaukee elementary school teacher and her husband are accused of dealing drugs out of their home. prosecutors say they found t-h-c and another controlled substance in the home of lakeview elementary school teacher tracy wendt. she allegedly told police - her husband started selling marijuana last year,
is currently on unpaid leave from the school district. republican vice presidential candidate mike pence is spending the day in wisconsin. speaking at a town hall meeting in la crosse... pence defended donald trump's comments calling president obama the founder of isis - by saying the policies of president obama and hillary clinton lead to the rise of the terror group. pence is scheduled to speak in downtown milwaukee tonight. risk for severe weather in our area with the main threats being large hail, downpours, flooding and strong straight line wind gusts.tonight: rain and a chance for thunderstorms.
the good news -- according to the department of transportation-- the zoo interchange reconstruction remains on-schedule. the not-quite-as-good-but-necessary news -- a significant ramp closure is coming, within days. justin williams shares more details for drivers. 112-125while it may sound small, this is one of the lightest
of this zoo interchange system ramp is a big deal. that's 7,000 people, a day, that are going to have to find a different route. we'll get to that, in a moment. first, wisconsin department of transportation spokesman ryan luck, delivers the details. on monday, august 15th, we're gonna be closing eastbound 94, to northbound 41, long-term, until spring of 2017. then, the southeast freeways construction chief describes the detours. highway 100, northbound is the closest to the interchg the primary route. you head north, up to bluemound, and rejoin, at the watertown plank interchange. also, highway 164, west of the zoo, is also a good, alternate route. so, you can get off, and then take 164, to capitol, and come in, north, on 41. drivers are not alone, in being made aware, as the d-o-t has notified the neighbors -- including the milwaukee regional medical complex, which, in turn, posts information on its website. all of the people that are very
closure. /ryan says you can expect your alternate route to add 5-to-10 minutes to your trip, so, he suggests, you plan, accordingly. if you want more information on this ramp closure, you can log onto fox-six-now-dot- com, and search the 'links' page. for now, this is the latest. i'm justin williams, fox 6 news. see all the closures -- and a guide to getting around on our website. just go to fox 6 now dot com. the verge of playing their first preseason game of the year. find out what this opportunity means to one player who grew up in green bay. and the brewers accomplish something that rarely happens in baseball. brandon cruz has the highlights and reaction coming up in sports. a home run for several thousand kids at miller park today. why the mayor is taking these kids to the ballpark for free. plus -- the man who tried to scale trump tower with suction cups is under arrest.
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it was in this area a little more than a year ago a young man was walking home. he was killed in a robbery. milwaukee police are asking for your help in an exclusive interview. thats new tonight at 6. here we are again, on the eve of the packers first preseason game. almost a week ago we were in a similar position as the packers were after poor field conditions that game was cancelled. so the packers enjoyed a trip to canton only to come back without the experience of a game. that meant getting back to work and looking towards tomorrow's game against the browns, one in which the field should be safe to play on as the game is at lambeau field. don't expect to see aaron rodgers play, but do look for many of the rookies and other players fighting for a roster spot to get the most playing time. which makes it a perfect opportunity for punter and green bay native peter mortell. "i've never been more excited
been in that stadium so many times and to be there as a player i think is going to be really special. my family's coming and my dad's obviously working the game so i'm looking forward to it." matinee day at the park as miller park hosted the series finale between the braves and brewers. with the hot, humid weather, the crew was also looking to extend it's home run streak to 14 straight games. and they take care of that right away in the first inn swing turns a scoreless game into a 2-0 brewers lead as he crushes a 2 run home run, his 2nd straight game with a home run. in the 3rd, up 3-0 it's scooter gennett's power that gives the brewers a 4-0 lead, his 10th of the season and the brewers weren't done. because in the 4th, hernan perez joins the home run parade with a solo shot of his own, his 9th and the lead grows to 5-0. even without home runs, the brewers were scoring
off their scoring. they score in every inning of the game, leading them to an 11-3 win. but it was the pitching by matt garza that had craig counsell talking afterward. "i thought it was good, really good again. i mean, we're getting six innings. you know, leaving the game with us leading is doing your job, for sure." finally we go to pittsburgh where nachos were on special, at least on this play where the fan goes for the foul ball only to end up with his nachos hand. add in a pirates loss and it was a long night. however, there was a silver lining as he got a new shirt to wear for the
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organization that supports the pharma and biotech industry. the company makes medicine ingredients, drug products and packages them for market. they are also a test site for the drug products they manufacture. testing a new drug product takes anywhere from a year to ten years. macy's plans to close about 100 of its its department stores. the retailer will shut down about 15-percent of its struggling stores. the move comes as macy's revealed its second-quarter sales fell less than feared. or how many employees will be affected...but said it will happen early next year. there are two macy's in the milwaukee area-- mayfair and southridge. for more stories like this -- just visit our partners at the milwaukee business journal. we have a link to their site on ours, fox 6 now dot com. it's time for your news and weather together. the man who scaled the glass walls of the trump tower yesterday - has been charged with reckless endangerment and criminal
pulled 19-year-old stephen rogata of great falls, virginia, into the building after he reached the 21st floor. they had been trying to isolate him for nearly three hours. police say rogata posted a you-tube video before the climb ... saying he wanted to have a personal meeting with trump. two people are dead and dozens more injured after an explosion started a massive fire at a silver spring, maryland apartment complex. fire still missing. officials believe natural gas contributed to the explosion and the fire. more than 150 firefighters responded to the scene. the drug enforcement administration is announcing today it will not approve the use of marijuana for medical use -- despite it being legal in half the country. the agency says its therapeutic value has not been scientifically proven. 25 states have passed laws allowing medical use for
increase overnight with lows in the middle 70s. cloudy, cooler and humid on friday with showers and thundertorms. locally heavy rain is possible. highs in the upper 70s. rain moves out for the weekend, but dewpoints will hold in the 60s to around t-storms. better chances overnight. low: 74 dewpoint: 73 wind: sw 5-10 mph friday: cooler and humid with
depending on the storms overnight-- you'll want to keep you eye on the sky. the annual perseid meteor shower peaks tonight, and astronomists say it will be busier than usual. they say there could be as many as 200 meteors per hour-- double the jupiter's gravity pulled comet debris closer to earth. for the best look at the show, nasa says to get as far away from urban light as you can, and find a clear unclouded view of the sky. anchors chat about perseid meteor shower with
a new study finds venus once may have had an earth-like atmosphere. according to nasa scientists, the planet might have been able to sustain life in the distant past. and, it may have been habitable for up to much different on venus now. it has a carbon dioxide atmosphere 90 times as thick as earth's, there's no water vapor and temperatures on its surface reach 864 degrees. this cat at a shelter in pennsylvania is all ears. take a close look.... this furry feline has four ears! he's been appropriately named
a humane society in western pennsylvania. the extra ears don't actually give him any better hearing -- they just give him this cool look. his rare appearance has actually made him a prime target for adoption, and batman has already found his very own gotham city he can call home. the iowa state fair -- is going where no butter statue has gone before. check it out.. they're featuring butter sculptures of the sta it's the sci-fi show's 50-year anniversary. and it just so happens that riverside, iowa is officially accepted as the future birthplace of starship enterprise captain james tiberius kirk. he's set to be born there on march 22-- in the year 22-28. the town now looking beyond butter - and trying to raise 30-thousand dollars to build a life-sized bronze statue of captain kirk. "ocean's eleven" is getting a
about next year's super bowl halftime show. the details are in tonight's buzz. sandra bullock will lead an all-female cast in "oceans eight" - a remake of "oceans eleven." the film will be about a group of crooks who pull off a major heist -- similar to the oceans series starring george clooney. the cast also includes cate blanchette, helena bonham carter and mindy kaling. roles for anne hathaway and rihanna. one all-female remake that doesn't seem to be a hit..."ghostsbusters." the hollywood reporter says don't expect a sequel. in fact, the movie could be looking at a 70-million dollar loss. sony pictures, the studio behind the movie, hasn't commented. and adele could be taking the stage at next year's superbowl... rumor has it the singer is in talks to headline the big game.
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special trip to the ballpark today. they were taking part in the 12th annual safe summer brewers game at miller park. mayor barrett hosted the event, which gave students a free ticket to the game, and even some ballpark snacks, like hot dogs. one of the students even got to throw out the first pitch! the game is a reward for students who are involved in a wide variety of summer programs
throughout the city. the brewers community foundation donated all of the tickets for the event. open police are hoping your tips can put a charge in a murder investigation that has gone cold. it's now been more than a year since a milwaukee teen was gunned down a.j. bayatpour had an exclusive interview with one of the detectives on the case. he's in the studio with the details... angelo young's stepfather says the 18-year-old was just weeks away from enrolling at u-w-m. he also dreamed of enlisting in the air force. instead, he was killed in a robbery. police say they want you to keep an eye out for a couple different things...
it's one of the last intersections angelo young had to pass on his way home late last july. police believe multiple suspects tried to rob the teen. it ended with thieves killing the 18-year- old rufus king graduate. what strikes you with this case is that it was a subject who did not have that prior connection to any crimes or criminal aspect of his life. matthew gadzalinksi is one of the detectives looking for young's killer. he says the robbers took a distinctive backpack from young. it's an element brand "tigerleaf" design. gadzalinski also says surveillance vieo the shooting shows the vehicle they believe the suspects were driving. a late-90s chevy suburban-style vehicle, dark in color, that emitted some very loud type of noise whether it was muffler or engine noise. two weeks ago, young's stepfather is among the relatives at a 'stop the violence' basketball tournament played in honor of young and other homicide victims. you never think this would happen to individuals like that - especially so young with such a promising future. both demetrius rice, and the detective, believe